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The Most Bizarre Pieces of Disembodied Spider-Man Merchandise
When it comes to super hero logos, Spider-Man stands above the crowd. Thanks to his luchador-flavored wrestler mask, his face is an icon unto itself. As such, most anything with a near-oval shape provides the Web Slinger with fertile merchandising ground and boy, has it ever been farmed.
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Vintage Batman Dresses and Corsets [Girl Week]
While petticoats and ribbons might not be our personal style, we got a little excited when we stumbled across these Batman dresses and corsets at The Vintage Doctor, particularly given the general lack of comic book-oriented clothing for ladies outside of the occasional logo tee...
George Wallace Segregationist Comic from the 1960s
Back on Martin Luther King Day, scans of the civil rights comic "The Montgomery Story" were doing the rounds. The comic was to spread information about using civil disobedience to fight segregation, and is generally a heartwarming story about the power of comics...
Batwoman 1899 T-Shirt for Victorian Crimefighting Ladies
DC Comics readers maybe remember the Victorian version of Batman from "Gotham by Gaslight," an alternate universe one-shot where Batman battled Jack the Ripper in late 19th century London. Now, thanks to a fan-made t-shirt available on Zazzle called Batwoman 1899, we get a glimpse …
Vintage Comic Ads Show The Softer Side Of Insanity
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Escapist fiction from any time period tends to bear at least a few historical stamps, but the slang, social commentary and illustration …
Mickey Mouse Comics from the Gurs Concentration Camp
It's often been said that great art comes from great tragedy. It's another one of those phrases about art that has been repeated by the elbow-patched and goateed so often that it's almost become a platitude, as empty of meaning as the patently untrue "art imitates life...

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